FW: Tomorrow is last day to receive special conference hotel rate for CATEE Conference - register today!
Tomorrow is last day to receive special conference hotel rate for CATEE Conference - register today!
Note the free workshops on energy codes training.
From: Energy Systems Lab - TEES [mailto:conferences=esl.tamu.edu@...] On Behalf Of Energy Systems Lab - TEES
Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2010 11:13 AM
Subject: Tomorrow is last day to receive special conference hotel rate for CATEE Conference - register today!
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Deadline to reserve hotel room extended to tomorrow, Friday, July 30th!
Don't miss the AT&T Conference Center 's special rate for attendees--$149/night, single or double occupancy. Call 877-744-8822 or 512-404-3600, or go to www.meetattexas.com and use the conference group code 'CATEEN0910' when you make your reservation.
Keynote Speakers announced for opening session
Opening keynote session includes Mayor Lee Leffingwell (City of Austin), C. Donald Babers (Regional Administrator for Region VI, U.S. HUD), and Chairman Barry Smitherman (Public Utility Commission of Texas).
Additional featured keynote speakers include Mike Savonis (Federal Highway Administration), Guy Donaldson, (Section Chief, EPA Region 6), Carl E. Edlund, P.E. (Director, Multimedia Planning and Permitting Division, EPA-Region 6) and James M. Crites (Executive VP, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport).
Texas A&M University’s Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) is offering several training workshops to benefit all building trade professionals, code officials and students. Each workshop provides Continuing Education Units (CEUs), Professional Development Hours (PDHs) and Learning Units (LUs).
Four half-day workshops on energy codes and related technical skills are offered at NO CHARGE for eligible participants*. These workshops, funded by the Texas Workforce Commission, are based on the 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and related technical skills. These include:
Energy Codes Basic (“2009 IECC Overview Basic”)
Energy Codes Intermediate (“2009 IECC Overview Intermediate”)
Energy Codes Advanced (“2009 IECC Overview Advanced”)
“Special Topic Hands-On Training Workshop:
Performance Testing Requirements in the Code”
Visit us at http://catee.tamu.edu/registration to sign up for workshops.
Betin Bilir Santos
Santos & Associates
CATEE Executive Director
Energy Systems Laboratory
Senior Conference/Event Coordinator
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